~Remembering The Chronicles of Narnia~

I enjoyed the movie very much last year. The writer of the original book, "the Lion, the witch, and the wardrobe," changed lives forever. I read the book as well when I was little, so trust I was one of the first who saw the movie.

The Lion: the symbol of Jesus, basically embodies how Jesus was sacrificed to save the world (Aslan was sacrificed to save Narnia, but he resurrected to assume his throne).

The children: represents each one of us in this journey called life. The fights and the courage to have the fights.

The crowns: represents the reward we will have at the end of the journey, when we will receive our individual crowns after our names have been recognized in the book of life.

The witch: represents obstacles in life.

~Cheers~

5 comments:

9ja Opeke said...

I haven't watched this movie...but reading what you wrote about it on your blog, makes me see it in a whole new light...

DiAmOnD hawk said...

i absolutely love The Chronicles of Narnia...infact in high school I fashioned a math project using some of its characters and locations....

i read it when i was younger but it's not until recently that Im learning what the books symbolize

Nilla said...

I haven't read the book...

I prefer the original version of the movie...It's just called (The Lion, The witch, and the wardrobe)..watched it when I was a kid.

Meanwhile I didn't see the movie in the light you are seeing it...
Interesting.

Jaycee said...

awww...I guess I went to the movie already knowing the background of why the writer wrote the book. I would have missed the point all together...it was such a lovely movie @ nilla, @ diamond hawk & @ 9jaopeke...

Vera Ezimora said...

I loved that movie too! I never read the book though...or did I??? I don't remember. But the movie was great nonetheless